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Ah, yes, nothing is more romantic than the old way, and the drowning of your loved one in a cheap sparkling wine.
Some of the engagement photo is going viral on social media after the two tried — and failed — once again-an idea they found on Pinterest.
“So, me and Alyssa took our engagement photos, etc.). They found a Pinterest picture that she wanted to try it,” the fiance Collin Hewett, wrote in a tweet. “I have failed in that.”
THE BRIDE SURPRISED EVERYONE WITH A CHICKEN NUGGET BOUQUET OF FLOWERS TO THE OHIO WEDDING
As you can see in the above picture, that Hewett will also be posted to Twitter that he and fiancée Alyssa Snodsmith, in the hope of capturing a happy moment in the great outdoors, from Hewitt, the slow-flowing champagne Snodsmith’s mouth. But, in addition to the photograph, Hewitt, shared two photos from their attempts to re-create the moment, and they don’t seem to be nearly the same, as there are a couple of them.
The couple is starting to make the rounds on social media, sharing photos of an unsuccessful attempt at taking a picture was found on Pinterest.
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In one shot, Snodsmith, it is to be seen struggling as he is apparently to tilt the bottle down to the low, showers and hair – and-her-t-shirt – André Brut California Champagne. In the follow-up of the picture, Snodsmith, it spits out the wine, and while he’s still pouring out.
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Still, many social media users were very much taken in by the couple, the engagement of the photo shoot, some of them even come close to trying to get their hands on the Instagram-worthy pose.
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Others, however, were more focused on the type of wine, the couple have been using, which is listed as a “California Champagne.”
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For those who have any concerns about the bride-to-be, don’t. In a follow-up tweet, Snodsmith it turned out that she didn’t drown her significant other is a heavy-handed pour.
“I’m all right tax,” she wrote.